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Tuesday, December 13, 2016

WSOPC SUPER HIGH ROLLER DAY 2 RETURN LIST


WSOPC MAIN EVENT RETURN LIST DAY 3


WSOPC MAIN EVENT - END OF DAY 2

The $1,675 no-limit hold'em main event is down to its final 16 players after three days of poker. Paul Nguyen is leading the field with 2,200,000 in chips heading into the final day after catching a rush of cards as the day was winding down.

He's the only player above the 2 million chip mark, but as there has been the whole tournament, there is plenty of talent lurking behind him. WPT Champion Harry Arutyunyan comes into the final day second in chips with 1,880,000, while Mark Hamilton (1,590,000), Ankush Mandavia (1,570,000), and Alex Massman (1,235,000) round out the top five chip counts. Massman won the first event of the series and is looking to score his second ring of the series.

Other top pros that are still alive vying for a WSOP Circuit ring include two-time WSOP Bracelet winner Tuan Le, WPT Champion Sean Jazayeri, TK Miles, and Eddy Sabat.

Everybody remaining is guaranteed a cash of at least $12,645, but everybody has their sights set on the $246,295 first place prize money. Here is a look at the chip counts heading into Day 3:

Paul Nguyen - 2,200,000
Harry Arutyunyan - 1,880,000
Mark Hamilton - 1,590,000
Ankush Mandavia - 1,570,000
Alex Massman - 1,235,000
Tuan Le - 1,200,000
Nikhil Gera - 1,145,000
Mike Shin - 1,085,000
David Mendelson - 940,000
Sean Jazayeri - 890,000
Sam Renshaw - 885,000
Nathan Brady - 750,000
Scott Vener - 700,000
TK Miles - 495,000
Eddy Sabat - 235,000
Dave Plaskett - 200,000

Play resumes at 1 p.m. in the tournament area and they will play down to a winner.

SCPC DAY 4 STRUCTURE


SCPC $100,000 FREEROLL SEAT ASSIGNMENTS


WSOPC MAIN EVENT FINAL BREAK - UPDATE

The $1,675 no-limit hold'em main event is taking its final break of the night with just 20 players remaining. When they return, the blinds will be 10,000/20,000 with a 3,000 ante and it is shaping up to be a stacked final table.

Samuel Renshaw is leading the pack with 1,360,00 in chips, but Nikhil Gera and WPT Champion Sean Jazayeri are right on his heels with 1,300,000 and 1,275,000, respectively.

Mark Hamilton and Ankush Mandavia round out the top five, but there are a plethora of top players lurking behind them in the chip counts.

Mohsin Charania, Harry Arutyunyan, TK MIles, Eddy Sabat, Lily Kiletto, Phil Laak, Jesse Yaginuma, Alex Massman and Tuan Le are all still in the field and capable of making a run at a title.


Lily Kiletto


Nikhil Gera

After two more eliminations, there will be a complete redraw for the final two tables. They will play two more levels before bagging up chips around midnight.

WSOPC - High Roller Update

The $3,250 no-limit hold'em high roller event is nearing the halfway point and players are in the midst of returning from a 30-minute dinner break of their own.

Late registration is still open until the start of Day 2 and there are already 77 entries in the event, which has more than doubled last year's turnout for the high roller event.

Tom Braband won a massive pot before the break to chip up to 110,000 for his 30,000 startiong stack. He is the chip leader as cards are about to get in the air with blinds of 300/600 and a 75 ante.

Other notables still alive in the high roller include Matt Salsberg, Bryce Yockey, Ben Palmer, Joe Kuether, Aaron Massey, Joe Serock, and Mike Leah.

The event is scheduled to play 14, 40-minute levels today and will come back tomorrow at 1 p.m. to play down to a winner.

WSOPC MAIN EVENT - DINNER BREAK

The $1,675 no-limit hold'em main event has gone through six-levels today and burst the money bubble early in the third level of the day.
They have trimmed the field down to the final 30 players and are going on a 60-minute dinner break.


TK Miles

Nathan Brady is leading the field as they head to break and is the only stack over the million chip mark. Brady heads to the break with 1,050,000 and is trailed by David Mendelson (975,000), TK Miles (960,000), Nikhil Gera (940,000), and WPT Champion Harry Arutyunyan (850,00). Mohsin Charania is just outside the top five counts on the break, while Lily Kiletto, Sean Jazayeri, Jesse Yaginuma, Barry Hutter, Phil Laak, Jared Jaffee, Ankush Mandavia, Eddy Sabat, Tuan Le, and Alex Massman are all still alive in the main event.

There is plenty of high-level poker minds still left in the field and they will get cards back in the air around 7:30 p.m. to play another four, 60-minute levels before bagging up chips for the night.